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Kerry recently met with Los Angeles based trainer Laura Varney to run through a few exercises to increase speed and strength on court. To start, get ready for some fast footwork. Everyone’s could...

The following article has been reprinted here with permission from its author, David Berens.  Keep Your Eye on the Ball! In a tennis life that has spanned roughly from my early teens to today, I cannot...

Three new tennis books to consider: Nick Bollettieri’s Tennis Handbook by Nick Bollettieri Nick Bollettieri has released a second edition of his Tennis Handbook. Find him in Bradenton, Florida at...

Updated 7/1: When you’re a seven time Slam winner (and I confess, I didn’t realize he’d won that many) you can most definitely offer a valid critique of the guys who play the game for...

For probably as long as tennis has been a sport, there have been gizmos designed to help improve your game.  Some may work for you, and then some may end up on the top shelf of the closet, never...

© Getty ImagesNothing beats hard work and practice but don’t overlook simply watching pro tennis. Sitting back to enjoy a battle is good for your game. Seeing the world’s best execute shots...

Second in a series of tennis tips from David Lewis, Director of Instruction at Ivan Lendl Junior Tennis Academy on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina:  If we look back at past Wimbledon tennis Champions...

Tennis Skills & Drills is a new book by 8 year ATP tour veteran Joey Rive and Scott Williams, former coach to Tommy Haas and Max Mirnyi. The book is more of a tennis manual than long read and does...